Field Study Programs

Explore our first-year, spring break, summer, and winter field study programs.

The Faculty-led Field Study programs emphasize experiential learning: why just read Shakespeare, when you can see a play performed at the Globe? Why hear a lecture on reforestation, when you can hike through a rainforest to interview staff at a research station? Faculty have designed their Field Study programs to take advantage of the location and have worked to integrate more traditional coursework with hands-on experiences that will enhance the curriculum and provoke discussion and active engagement. 

Most Field Study programs are one week to three weeks long, typically earn two to four credits, and offerings vary from year-to-year. Since these are faculty-led programs, they are normal Rollins courses and appear on your transcript as such. Field Study programs do represent an additional cost. International Programs offers need-based scholarship funding to assist with the costs for these programs.

Winter/Fall Field Studies
  • ENV 365F: Environment & Development in Central America
  • ENV 305F: Exploring the Everglades
  • ENG 271: Cancun and the American Tourist
  • BUS 390F: French History, Culture and Business Practices
  • INT 283F: Lively Arts in London
Spring Break Field Studies
  • Beyond the Brochure: A Cultural Exploration of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Service Immersion in the Bahamas

       Explore Our Spring Break Field Studies

Summer Field Studies

      Summer 2018

  • POL 206F: Community Development in Tanzania
  • HIS 2XXF: Panhellenic Greece
  • EDU 346F/546F: Systems Start-Up in Santiago, Chile
  • EDU 246F/546F: Rural Education in Rwanda
  • ENV 353F: National Parks and Protected Areas
  • BIO 388F: Marine Biology Laboratory: Maine

Explore Our Summer Field Studies

First-Year Field Study: Costa Rica

Experience the incredible biodiversity and stunning landscapes of “the Switzerland of the Americas.” See what it means to be a world leader in both environmental protection and sustainable development. Find out why Costa Rica was recently named “the Happiest place on Earth" by the New Economics Foundation.

Explore Our First-Year Field Study

Office of International Programs
Mills Memorial Hall - Main Floor
1000 Holt Ave. – 2759
Winter Park, FL 32789

T. 407.646.2466
F. 407.646.2595
studyabroad@rollins.edu

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Office hours:
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Walk-In Advising:
Tuesday-Thursday 12-2 p.m.